In Japanese Kokedama means simply, Moss Ball. The art of wrapping a plant in moss started in Japan many, many years ago and has recently started to gain popularity in the US. Everyone has their own spin on creating this unique way of "potting" a plant and each one is unqiuely beautiful. This is my spin. A pop of color and laying the string in a way that gives it an almost geometric look.


Quick steps to watering:

-Soak moss ball in a bowl, filled half way with water for 10 minutes or until it is thoroughly saturated.

-Remove from water and give it a little loving squeeze so that it doesn't drip

-Place back onto plate or hang back up


Here is the greatest thing about Kokedama, they tell you when they are ready to be watered!! Once a week give it a little lift to see how heavy it is. When it's super light weight then it is time.  It will be roughly 1-2 weeks between waterings. This will change from day to day depending on humidity.


Placement should be in a place that gets strong indirect light. Window sill (southwest facing is best but any will be fine as long as it doesnt get too much strong direct light) or somewhere near a window. They love to be outside as well and look amazing. Just be careful putting it in direct sunlight for too long. You risk burning the petals and or roots. 


Kokedama can be hung or table top.  (Please go to seperate listing for table top plate.)


These beautiful arrangements wil bring you joy for many, many years to come! 


**Looking for something specific? We offer custom and bulk. Please contact if you are interested in either**


We are looking forward to sending you as much




as possible!!!